In early March the Mid North WoTL Group and Elders Burra worked together to run the “Better Business, Better Sheep, Better You” forum at the beautiful Baldina Station.

Women from across the mid north of South Australia attended and had the opportunity to listen to a number of high quality presentations.

The project was supported by the South Australian Murray Darling Basin Natural Resources Management Board through funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program, Elders and NRM levies.

Thank you to Mid North WoTL Coordinator Natalie Sommerville for organising another great forum, as well as a number of people for the continual support of WoTL Taryn Mangelsdorf, Tony Randall, Judy Wilkinson, Deb Purvis, Steph Schmidt and Sharon Honner.